Fake GIO Insurance notification is a scam

Posted by Emmanuel Marshall on 26 April 2018 09:55:38 AEST

If you get this simple looking little email in your inbox, don’t click on the link and open the .doc file it points to.

Although the scammers that sent it tried to make it look like a GIO Insurance notification, the sole purpose of this innocent-looking little message is to deliver malware. The .doc file contains hidden code that will deliver malicious software to the victim’s computer in the background, without their knowledge.

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